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International Standards and Spinal Cord Independence Measure (SCIM)

InSTeP (International Standards Training E Program)

A six-module course designed to enable clinicians to perform accurate and consistent neurological examinations of individuals with spinal cord injury

Basic Anatomy

Sensory Examination

Motor Examination

Anorectal Examination

Scoring and Classification

Optional Testing

 

InSTeP six-module course with certificate of completion (Premium Access)

 

International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) Assessment Form

 

Additional guides to performing the sensory and motor examination

Key Sensory Points

Motor Exam Guide

 

ISNCSCI Scoring Algorithm

The algorithm, developed by the Rick Hansen Institute in partnership with ASIA and ISCoS, provides a tool which utilizes the raw test scores determined by performing the exam to electronically score and classify spinal cord injury using the ISNCSCI (revised 2011) scoring rules.


WeeSTeP (Pediatric Standards Training E Program)

A pediatric equivalent to InSTeP


SpAsTeP (Spasticity Assessment Training E Program)

A two-module course designed to enable clinicians to perform accurate and consistent spasticity assessments

Basic Anatomy

Assessment


ASTeP (Autonomic Standards Training E Program)

A course designed to enable clinicians to perform accurate and consistent Autonomic Function assessments.

Autonomic Anatomy and Function

Autonomic Standards Assessment Form


SCIM (Spinal Cord Independence Measure)

SCIM III Assessment Form

Scoring calculator for SCIM III

Where to find us

National Spinal Injuries Centre,
Stoke Mandeville Hospital,
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire,
HP21 8AL, United Kingdom

How to contact us

Tel: +44 1296 315 866
Fax: +44 1296 315870

Email: admin@iscos.org.uk

Contact ISCoS Headquarters for Application forms, copies of the Constitution and Bye-Laws of the Society, queries on the journal delivery and information on Scientific Meetings.

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